LEEDS - New Zealand cricket captain Brendon McCullum accepted even the rare achievement of beating England in a Test match was unlikely to see his side supplant the mighty All Blacks in the nation's sporting affections. However, he said he hoped one consequence of New Zealand's 199-run win in the second Test at Headingley would be to broaden the Black Caps' player base. For more than a century, the All Blacks have been one of the major forces in the 15-man game. "We'll never get near rugby -- rugby's in our blood," McCullum said.–AFP